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I have writen a script file (myCheck.sh), I would like to start the myCheck.sh in skill procedure,
I tryed csh("myCheck.sh"), but it does not work. so what's the real process for starting the script file in skill.
my status: IC5141, spectre simulator
welcome to any suggestion!
In reply to Andrew Beckett:
If you want the script to communicate with SKILL, you should look at the IPC functions such as ipcBeginProcess. Otherwise, the script is executed in a separate shell with no connection back to Virtuoso.
my script ("myCheck.sh") is as following:
grep Vout -w capFile > capOut
the script is firstly to lunch the simulation and then process the file "capFile" to extract some info into file "capOut". in fact, when i use the command csh("myCheck.sh"), it just return "t" in CIW, no result is generated!
you mentioned the results(any output) will appear in the terminal, but I never see any terminal is trigered and turned up in this whole procedure!
In reply to theopaone:
In reply to imagesensor123:
question is cleared!
the right solution is: 1, make the script to be a exacutable *.sh firstly.
2, cd to current directory